When it comes to an office, finding the right devices can make or break a print environment. However, print jobs often display an enormous amount of variability. From large batches of invoice to customized one-offs, it can be difficult to choose a device which adeptly handles both. When considering their options, many businesses weigh the pros and cons of choosing between an all-purpose multifunction printer, or something more powerful such as production print. Yet, neither might seem quite right.
Ever wanted to listen to that legal case study on the way to work rather than eat away at precious minutes reading it during a busy day? How about creating an automated recording of a written speech rather than tediously record it manually? All that and more is now possible with Xerox Audio Documents, an app built and designed for integration with ConnectKey.
Law firms take advantage of every useful tool they can get, and for good reason. If competition in business is fierce, in legal offices, it’s visceral. Xerox has developed powerful applications that can give these firms the edge they need to cut through the competition.
When Google unveiled the first Chromebook in 2011, it did little to impress. It was little more than a stripped-down laptop which didn’t even work correctly without an internet connection. However, what few understood at the time was how incredibly visionary the Chromebook truly was.
Healthcare is an ever-evolving industry which needs to keep up with both technological and patient demands. As such, it is one industry which is keen to adopt new processes that are capable of increasing the efficiency of the office. In recent years, custom mobile app development has gained traction as a way for healthcare operations to acquire the specific tools they need in a way that is fully tailored to their unique environments.
As more and more businesses and products are developed that exist solely online, the concept of digital rights management is gaining importance. Digital technologies and creations may not be susceptible to physical theft, but they can still be stolen online with equally devastating consequences. At best, this may result in a company losing the competitive edge in an industry. At worst, such theft may lead to the exposure of sensitive data such as consumer information or trade secrets.
It is 2019 and print marketing is thriving. Some 84 percent of millennials take the time to look through their mail, defying the decades-old refrain that print is dead. Printer technology is racing forward to new levels of innovation and performance.